Improve your ideas by forgetting them – remembering – and expanding them

As I’m finishing up my book on finding and pursuing your Passionate Purpose I’m reading over my notes, research and rough drafts and I’m discovering something really cool.

I forgot a bunch of ideas I’ve had. Thankfully, I wrote them all down. Reading over them is like a gift. ┬áIt’s almost like some other person wrote some of my notes. Then I start to remember and that sparks even more ideas.

It’s an interesting paradox. Forgetting my ideas has helped me create even more ideas. It’s as if my subconscious has been working on the old ideas I forgot and was just waiting for me to bring them back.

Here are some of the things I was reviewing today that sparked new thoughts and ideas for my book, blog, and videos that I’m working on.


Hope this helps you with your ideas.


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